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The pair had been babysitting the infant when they chose to put the baby, who was crying the entire time, into the fridge. She says she had no idea of the incident until she was shown the video, that was posted on Snapchat , by police. "I didn't understand why they would do that", the mother added. That baby was only in the refrigerator for a few seconds and was not injured. 'Teenagers are silly, stupid, foolish - they do things like that - and I've been a teenager before.
  • Saudi Arabia Says Qatar Boycott Continues

    Saudi Arabia Says Qatar Boycott Continues

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    The directive was issued after the ICAO Council Extraordinary Session was held at the ministerial level in Montreal, Canada on Monday to examine Qatar's requirement. Meanwhile, Qatar's national airline Qatar Airways said on Wednesday that it was considering its options now that some airspace managed by its rival Gulf neighbours and Egypt had been opened up.
  • FTSE sell-off gathers strength on North Korea fears

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    London's FTSE 100 was almost 1% down during morning trading with share indices in Germany, France and Italy also in the red. "Despite Brent Crude (oil) pushing above $53 per barrel.there was a sea of red in the commodity sector", said analyst Connor Campbell from Spreadex.
  • Islamabad: Imran calls Sharif's procession 'Corruption Bachao' rally

    Islamabad: Imran calls Sharif's procession 'Corruption Bachao' rally

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    Addressing Nawaz Kaira said that he was sent home by a bench of the apex court that comprised five judges. On the way to Jhelum, considered to be half way between Islamabad and Lahore , Sharif asked his supporters: "Do you accept the court's decision?" The Prime Minister Office in a statement said Abbasi thanked the president and said that terrorism is a common threat for both the countries and both countries need to fight it together.
  • Suspected WWII bomb discovered near wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant site

    Suspected WWII bomb discovered near wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant site

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    The device was found by an employee of a subcontractor working on the Fukushima Daiichii site, according to a spokesman for the company Tokyo Electric Power. The plant closed off an area around the site, far enough not to affect the plant's decommissioning work. Discovery of bombs dropped by the USA during the World War 2 is a common affair in this area even after 70 years of the war.
  • Human traffickers deliberately drowned 50 migrants

    Human traffickers deliberately drowned 50 migrants

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    Have you read Trendiee Today? Laurent de Boeck, the IOM's chief of mission in Yemen , described the ordeal as "shocking and inhumane", and said the agency staffers had provided urgent care to the surviving refugees remaining on the beach.
  • Trump slams McConnell for ObamaCare repeal failure

    Trump slams McConnell for ObamaCare repeal failure

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    Unsurprisingly, that explanation didn't sit well with the commander in chief, and he took to Twitter on Wednesday to fire back, asking "After 7 years of Repeal & Replace, why not done?" After his last defeat on healthcare, Mr McConnell said the Senate would move on to other matters.
  • Sun For Most, Warm Temps For All

    Sun For Most, Warm Temps For All

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    Friday night: Showers and thunderstorms likely mainly after 1 a.m. Flooding is possible in the Chickasha area Thursday morning due to heavy rain, the National Weather Service reports. Rapid weakening is expected after landfall in Mexico. There is a chance that Franklin may re-gain strength in the Pacific this weekend . If there is development, it could happen near Bahamas.
  • JD(U) rift wide open: Sharad Yadav says he is still with Mahagathbandhan

    JD(U) rift wide open: Sharad Yadav says he is still with Mahagathbandhan

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    Yadav is set to kickstart his Jan Samvad Yatra today and will meet the people of Bihar to discuss the repercussions of the withdrawal of the grand alliance in the state. The Rajya Sabha MP said. The tensions within the JD (U) have been building up for months. Those who feel that JD (U) is only confined to Bihar should form a new party.
  • U.S. scientists contradict Trump's climate claims

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    It cites one study that attributed the extreme heat in Texas to natural weather variability and La Niña, primarily, and another that concluded that climate change played a significant role in Texas' extreme heat, the Times reported . Since the document was leaked online this week ("a clear middle finger to Trump, Pruitt, and their plan to derail federal climate research and policy", as Gizmodo so eloquently put it ), the White House will undoubtedly have a lot more trouble suppressing the ...
  • U.S. pushes Asian nations on North Korea

    U.S. pushes Asian nations on North Korea

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    However, China unilaterally started work to build artificial islands and military facilities in that sea area, and this has prompted ASEAN to advocate devising a pertinent code of conduct at an early date. The statement from the US, Japan and Australia expressed serious concerns over the long-standing maritime disputes and "voiced their strong opposition to coercive unilateral actions that could alter the status quo and increase tensions ".
  • Police arrest suspect from Paris vehicle ramming attack that injured 6

    Police arrest suspect from Paris vehicle ramming attack that injured 6

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    Counterterrorism officials launched an investigation into the security footage from the attack and about three hours later, French police arrested a suspect on a highway. After coordinated attacks across Paris killed more than 130 people that November, then-President François Hollande increased the number of troops in the operation.
  • Defense secretary warns North Korea it's 'grossly overmatched' by US

    Defense secretary warns North Korea it's 'grossly overmatched' by US

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    Defense Secretary James Mattis on Wednesday warned North Korea that its people would be destroyed in a nuclear war with the United States - an escalation of rhetoric as other administration officials were trying to downplay the threat. That warning came soon after The Washington Post , citing us intelligence officials, reported the North has successfully miniaturized a nuclear warhead to fit atop its missiles.
  • USA eyes airstrikes vs militants in Marawi

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Monday there was "no contradiction" between USA concern for human rights and its determination to assist Duterte in defeating ISIS. "We also welcome the opportunity to address concerns such as human rights if and when raised", Bella said in a statement . Duterte, for his part, called himself America's "humble friend in Southeast Asia" - and then offered this display of that signature humility.
  • Regulator warns MPs on Brexit transition risks

    Regulator warns MPs on Brexit transition risks

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    Woods responded to newly-appointed chair of the Treasury Committee Nicky Morgan's request on 2 August, following an extensive survey of financial services firms, which received 401 responses operating across borders on their preparedness for Brexit .
  • North Korea threatens the US, Stephen Colbert says we're all gonna die

    North Korea threatens the US, Stephen Colbert says we're all gonna die

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    The tone of Trump's comments Tuesday-promising " fire and fury " if North Korea keeps threatening the US-appeared to come right out of Kim Jong Un's playbook for over-the-top taunts. "Shut up!" Colbert exclaimed. "While only 24% of Americans trust what they hear from the White House, Trump's approval rating in the same poll is 38%".
  • London double-decker bus crashes into building, passengers injured

    London double-decker bus crashes into building, passengers injured

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    Passengers and witnesses reported shouting, smoke and "lots of blood" in the wake of the crash involving the route 77 bus. Images from the scene in Lavender Hill show the bus wedged into the side of a store. The passengers are both conscious and breathing'. "It looks as if the bus might have tried to avoid a cyclist and crashed into the shop". Most of our media is owned by a handful of offshore billionaires with personal agendas.
  • Security agencies arrest al-Qaeda-linked terrorist in Delhi

    Security agencies arrest al-Qaeda-linked terrorist in Delhi

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    According to the reports from The Hindu , Syed Mohammad Zishan Ali was married to the sister of Sabeel Ahmed who is a cousin of Kafeel Ahmed, who was the mastermind for the 2007 Glasgow worldwide airport. Abdullah was yesterday produced before the court of Special CJM Customs, Chavi Asthana, who sent him on five days of police remand, the ATS said. According to a statement issued by ATS, "Abdullah is originally a resident of Momin Shahi district of Bangladesh and was linked to banned terror ...
  • Low intensity bomb found in Akal Takht Express

    Low intensity bomb found in Akal Takht Express

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    The Police and the Bomb Disposal Squad reached the spot and d.efused the explosive object. "After rece iving the information, the police and the bomb disposal s" quad rushed to the site and recovered the device which was taken out of the train immediately and then defused.